No. 13 Bowdoin roars back to salvage 4-4 tie against Hamilton

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CLINTON, N.Y. - Tim Coffey scored twice in a span of nine seconds in the third period to rally the Bowdoin College men's ice hockey team for a 4-4 tie at Hamilton on Friday evening.

The Polar Bears move to 7-2-2 with the deadlock while the Continentals stand at 3-4-4 overall.

The two-goal outburst was part of a hat trick for Coffey. Matthew Lison accounted for the other Bowdoin goal.

Brandon Willett scored twice in the first two periods as Hamilton opened up a 3-1 lead midway through the second frame. Liston was able to trim the lead to 3-2 on the power play, but Robbie Murden's sixth goal of the year gave the hosts a 4-2 edge heading into the final frame.

Coffey scored his second goal of the game at 10:38 of the third period and, off the ensuing face-off, Coffey put home the game-tying goal at 10:47.

Bowdoin garnered a power play in overtime but couldn't find the game-winner. Max Fenkell stopped 33 shots for Bowdoin. Zach Arnold made 38 saves for Hamilton.

The Polar Bears will play at Amherst on Saturday at 3:00 p.m.


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